6:45 AM and 12:10 PM
In the Chapel
(except Holy Days & Holidays)
6:15 AM and 11:15 AM
4:00 PM to 4:45 PM
Beginning on November 2nd, St. Joseph’s altar will become an Altar of Remembrance. Vigil lights in memory of the parishioners and friends of the Church of St. Louis, King of France who passed away last year will be placed on the altar. In front of the altar will be a Book of Remembrance. Parishioners and friends are invited to write the names of their beloved deceased in the book. They will all be remembered in a special way throughout the month of November.
Thursday, November 22nd, Thanksgiving Day: 6:45AM Low Mass in the church, 10:10AM Sung Mass in the church. There is no 12:10 Mass or scheduled Confessions on Thanksgiving Day.
Friday, November 23rd: Mass at 6:45AM in the chapel. Mass at 12:10PM in the chapel. There are no scheduled Confessions this day.
Saturday, November 24th: Mass at 6:45AM in the chapel. Mass at 5PM in the church. Confessions at 6:30AM, 11:15AM and 4–4:45PM in the chapel.
The Annual Christmas Bake Sale has been changed to the weekend of December 8th and 9th. Drop off your bake sale items these days and come back after Mass to choose from a wide selection of parishioner favorites to enliven your holiday table. Enjoy a visit with friends over a cup of hot mulled cider or cocoa. Proceeds from this year’s sale will go to Joseph’s Coat. New features this year include a Decorate Your Own Sugar Cookie Table, Create Your Own Christmas Treat Assortments ($5 and $10 platters available), Religious Items Swap Table and Silent Auction Table. For questions or to volunteer, please call or text Gayle Middlecamp at 651-757-5270.
Our 2018 – 2019 Tuesday Organ Recital Series has begun! Please join us Nov. 27th for a recital featuring Kathrine Handford, University Organist and Visiting Professor of Music at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. The music begins at approximately 12:35PM, right after the 12:10 Mass, and lasts about half an hour. Please note there is no organ recital the week of Thanksgiving. View the full schedule for this season here. For more about our recitals, music program and music at Sunday 11AM masses, visit the Music page of our website or “like” our music department Facebook page here.
Every second Sunday of the month, approximately 20 enthusiastic and dedicated members of our parish come together to prep and serve meals for about 175–200 needy people in the community. It is a humbling and uplifting service project for all team members involved plus a wonderful way to meet new friends from our parish. Besides serving the dinner guests, team members have the privilege to share fellowship with those they serve. If you’d like to join the team, please contact RoseMary Januschka for further information at email@example.com or 651-769-4119.
Each month, the Holy Hour for Vocations will take place at a different parish in the Archdiocese. Come spend an hour with Jesus each month to pray for an increase in vocations to the priesthood, consecrated lie and diaconate. www.1000vocations.org
Adoration extends its influence far beyond the individual adorers, touching their homes and families and reaching out to the parish community and beyond. (Pope Paul VI)
St. Louis offers Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament immediately following the 12:10PM Wednesday Mass until 2PM.
We are sad to announce that our long-time custodian, Fritz Eckman, will be leaving St. Louis, King of France for medical reasons. For twenty-one years, Fritz poured his heart and soul into our Little French Church. We will miss his energy, efficiency, expertise and sense of humor. We ask that you please keep Fritz in your hearts and prayers.
We are happy to announce that a fourth Marist priest has joined the staff at St. Louis, King of France. An insert with details about Father Roland A. Lajoie, S.M. can be found in the Sept 2nd bulletin or by clicking here. Please extend a warm welcome to Father Roland as he joins our Little French Church.
St. Louis Church is very much in need of Eucharistic Ministers to help out at all of the weekend Masses. If you would be willing to volunteer an hour of your time while you are at Sunday Mass it would be most appreciated. As our faith teaches us, we are called to serve. Being a Eucharistic Minister does not require that you be a reader at Mass. Please call or email the parish office at 651-224- 3379 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ample free parking is available for weekend Masses (as well as those which fall on “bank” holidays) just steps from St. Louis Church in the Andersen Human Services Building parking ramp across 10th Street. Enter through the “Contract” entrance from Minnesota Street. You can descend to street level either through the stairway at the corner of 10th and Minnesota, or by the elevators located in the opposite (northwest) corner of each level. Ascending back to your parking level can only be done via the elevator. If the barrier is down at the exit, approach slowly and the gate will open. Note that the church also has a small parking lot off 10th Street, and parking is allowed right next to the church on 10th Street during weekday masses.
If you have changed your address, telephone number or email address, or you wish to receive or discontinue contribution envelopes, please call the parish office to update your records and preferences at 651-224-3379. Note that if you’ve been a member for a few years we may not have an email address on file for you yet.
You can set up weekly donations, mass and bell sponsorship, music program sponsorship, or donate to our Foundation for the Future campaign through the Online Giving section of our website. Thank you for supporting St. Louis Church!